The Atlético de Madrid He returned to work this Tuesday without French Moussa Dembélé nor the Uruguayan Jose Maria Gimenez, who trained on the sidelines, nor Lucas Torreira placeholder image, with permission for personal issues (his mother died at dawn in Uruguay); in addition to the eleven internationals, although with the return of the coach, the Argentine Diego Pablo Simeone.
Dembélé continues with individual work sessions after last week suffered a drop in blood pressure in a workout; while Gimenez he exercises separately after having suffered some discomfort on Wednesday. Torreira has permission from the club to be absent since last week.
For its part, Simeone returned from rest days to work with a small group formed by the Uruguayan Luis Suárez, the Spanish Saúl Ñíguez, Mario Hermoso and Víctor Machín ‘Vitolo‘, Brazilians Renan Lodi and Felipe Monteiro, the Argentinian Angel Correa and the Croatian goalkeeper Ivo Grbic.
Atlético have eleven players playing with their national teams: the Spanish Marcos Llorente and Koke Resurrection, the Belgian Yannick Carrasco, the French Thomas lemar, the portuguese Joao Felix, the slovenian Jan Oblak, the Croatian Sime Vrsaljko, the Mexican Hector Herrera, English Kieran trippier, the Montenegrin Stefan savic and Geoffrey kondogbia, concentrated with the Central African Republic.
As they return, the rojiblanco team, league leaders with four points of advantage over the Barcelona and six on him Real Madrid, will begin to prepare the momentous duel on Sunday against Sevilla at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán (9:00 p.m.), for which he will not be able to count on the Belgian due to a suspension Yannick Carrasco, who received the fifth yellow against Alavés.